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Campaign 2008 / Race and Politics / A Discussion (Part II) #883366

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 23, 2008
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The reaction to Monday's story about the battle of race vs. gender and the views of black women in campaign 2008 re-introduced. Live interview held with Duke University professor Paula McClain and Center for the Advances Study of Women Faye Wattleton about race and gender in politics. [In the studio, WATTLETON - says race and gender play a role in South Carolina and the issues are being raised because of the diversity of the candidates; notes the element of racial pride.] [From Raleigh, McCLAIN - explains why there was a backlash: how black women experience life and don't have to separate out race and gender in their thinking; comments on the historical tension about the role of black women in the women's movement.]
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